Clarence Seedorf insists he is “fully in sync” with Adriano Galliani and Milan will “explain the market decisions.”
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“At this moment the communication with Galliani is total. We are fully in sync,” Seedorf told Milan Channel.
“At the end of the season we will explain all the decisions we made on the market. Anything we say right now could be seen as a lack of respect for others.”
The Rossoneri didn’t spend a penny bringing in Adil Rami, Keisuke Honda, Adel Taarabt and Michael Essien, though negotiations with Parma for Jonathan Biabiany collapsed on transfer deadline day.
It has even been reported that Barbara Berlusconi was behind the decision to pull the plug on Biabiany.
“The fans need to stay calm. The January transfer window is always unusual, as you don’t find many options for various roles. The top players are not easily sold and nobody gives you any gifts on the market.
“I am very satisfied for the moment. When there is something concrete, then we can talk about it.”
Meanwhile, according to the Corriere della Sera, Seedorf has brought back the sports psychologist who worked with Carlo Ancelotti at Milan.
Bruno Demichelis also followed Ancelotti to Chelsea and it is hoped he can help the Rossoneri shake off their fears.
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